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    get the symbols \equiv and \sim to be not \equiv and not \sim ?

    \equiv

    \sim

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadow_2145 View Post
    get the symbols \equiv and \sim to be not \equiv and not \sim ?

    \equiv

    \sim

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    \not \equiv \not \equiv

    just use the not modifier.

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    Heh, I was just about to post that I figured it out. Thanks!
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    Hello,

    \nsim \nsim

    works too

    Take a look here : http://amath.colorado.edu/documentat...eX/Symbols.pdf

    at the end of page 1

    However, there's not such a thing for equiv
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